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Today we introduce you to SeaDream Yacht Club. Yes, think luxury, classy, yacht club. The ships for this cruise line were formerly with Sea Goddess Cruises. In 2002, they were reintroduced to meet the needs of cruisers looking for exclusivity and serious personal pampering including custom prepared cuisine if requested. This cruise line has two ships, Sea Dream I and Sea Dream II. Many companies or private parties actually charter these ships. They hold just 100 passengers and will be found primarily in the Caribbean and Mediterranean with an occasional sailing in Asia-Pacific.
SeaDream Yacht Club is perfect for the individual who enjoys a club like atmosphere. Because the owners and founders are veterans in the luxury cruise ship market, they certainly knew how to create this line and fill some of the gaps in the luxury ship market.
As part of the all-inclusive package, you can take a mountain bike for seaside exploration, hit some balls in the golf simulator, enjoy water activities right off the ship, enjoy an open bar including premium brands or challenge a friend to a game on the Wii. Or simply relax and do nothing. Lots of options for a variety of tastes. They even have a small casino onboard.
While we haven’t yet sailed on SeaDream, the impression we receive is you will experience a great attention to detail from your stateroom, the design on the ship to the meals, service and crew. While it is a casual experience, you can expect guests to be well-dressed throughout the cruise, in a nice casual way.
When you’re looking for a true yacht experience, consider SeaDream Yacht Club.